9 Oct 2010, 10:11pm
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    You know, I am not a professional by any stretch of the imagination, but one of the things I have learned through the years of my photography is this:  Let your subjects be themselves.

    Big Sis A and little Sis J
    Little firecrackers
    I had a blast doing this shoot today.  I haven’t had one for a while so it felt nice to let my creativity be my guide.
    Sometimes I feel like there is more inside of me waiting to come out, but it’s stuck.
    Today was no exception.  There was this niggling feeling in the back of my mind that I should be doing more, more, more with this beautiful family.  Eventually, I just stopped thinking and let my intuition take over…
    What I loved most about this shoot was the fluidity of their family dynamic.  They just moved together and created such perfect shots for me.
    There are some things you just couldn’t pose, even if you wanted to…

    Big Sis A has such a twinkle in her eyes at all times.  She’s the ring leader but lil J is definitely the co-pilot.  No back seat for this babe.
    But they work together so well.  Like Yin & Yang I tell ya.
    And their mom, M…well, she is a tigress but is content to be soft spoken.  She has a sweet air about her and a pleasant voice.
    Truth be told — this didn’t feel like a photoshoot at all, but a still recording of special, personal moments between a mother and her babies.
    And I would totally do this again.  It’s part of what makes me tick.
    12 Oct 2010, 3:01am
    by Jana Floyd

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    My favorite kind of photography. :)

     

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